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Teachers can use the following cooperative learning activity to ask students to think critically about language and power, and to reflect on their own beliefs about language. ________________________________________________________________________ Materials needed: Chart paper, large classroom space, multi-colored markers that are dark … Continue reading
Here are a few checklists that I use to help students self-edit writing and engage in peer review activities. I like that these tools make expectations for writing and peer review clearer; checklists are also a great way put responsibility … Continue reading
If you’re a teacher who is interested in sharing your ideas with a wider audience, here are a few publications that accept submissions for lesson plans and short articles: Teaching Tolerance: Accepts pitches for articles, blog posts and individual lessons … Continue reading